Monday, December 1, 2014

Just for Fun Rubber Stamps and Water Colors!!!

During the month of December Altered Pages is partnering with JFF Just For Fun Rubber Stamps!  Be sure to stop by each day and see what the Altered Pages Design Team has in store for you!  During the month we will be sharing projects from the Just For Fun Design Team.  Comment each day here on our blog for a chance to win our monthly giveaway.  Each day you comment is a chance to win!


Today Karen shares a Water Color Technique in her video using Masks!  Watch and see how she water colors using stamps, inks, an acrylic block and masks! 




After the water colors dry  stamp the Just For Fun Santa in his sleigh over the moon. 

Just For Fun Santa
For the finishing touch use the Christmas Greeting tag from the Altered Pages Vintage Christmas Tags Collage Sheet,  ink around the edges with red, punch a hole in the top and threaded some twine to make a tiny bow.  Attach the tag to the focal tree with tacky glue. 

Cut paper slightly smaller than the card base. Layer on dark blue cardstock to bring out the colors.



Decorate the inside of your card with the JFF Santa Sleigh.

This technique is great to use all year!!
Supplies:


JFF Santa Sleigh Rubber Stamp
140pd water color paper
Acrylic Block
Tree stamp


Alternate Supplies:
Niji Paint Set Water Colors
Mica Paint Pallet
Gellatos
Water Color Brush





13 comments:

  1. wonderful Christmas card - thanks so much for the tutorial! (love the stamp!)

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  2. Just how cute is this?! Thanks for sharing your masking technique!

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  3. Wonderful watercolor card, Karen! Love the video tutorial!!!

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  4. Lovely! This is so beautifully done.

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  5. thankyou for the watercolor technicque and your card was great! Love the santa reindeer with sleigh!

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  6. The card is lovely♥ The tutorial was very helpful!

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  7. Such a lovely winter themed Christmas Card and great tutorial on how to color with watercoloring.

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  8. Great tutorial Karen!! And I love your card!

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  9. What a beautiful card! Love it Karen :)

    TFS!!

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  10. Wonderful scene, great job with the watercolors.

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  11. This is so beautiful, love your card! Great water-coloring!

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